White-Collar Crime & Regulatory Investigations
CYFOR regularly assist law firms, businesses and private clientele with the identification and analysis of digital evidence in white-collar crime and regulatory proceedings, which includes a range of digital fraud investigations.
As industry-leading digital forensic experts, CYFOR have vast experience undertaking white-collar crime and regulatory investigations including instances of digital fraud. Our combined digital forensic and eDiscovery capabilities ensure that we provide a comprehensive investigative service. We are regularly instructed to assist law firms, businesses and private clientele with the identification and analysis of digital evidence.
All evidence continuity and technical analysis adheres to the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) guidelines and can be submitted as evidence in all classes of court, with reporting provided in either Criminal Part 33 or a Civil Part 35 compliant format. This allows for a robust audit trail of all actions taken to fully provenance any data or findings produced. Our multi-disciplinary team of specialists are also experienced in providing expert witness testimony to support their findings.
CYFOR can undertake investigations on behalf of instructing parties or facilitate investigation by solicitors, forensic accountants and regulators through the use of Relativity, a leading eDiscovery platform and analytics tool.
We provide tailored solutions and investigations for clients dealing with a full range of circumstances. Our digital forensic team are experts in identifying, preserving, analysing and presenting digital evidence. We can extract data from mobile phones, desktop computers, laptops, servers, hard drives, cloud storage and email accounts.
Contact our Corporate Forensic Investigations team to find out more about our services and how we can assist with your specific queries.
After submitting an enquiry, a member of our team will be in touch with you as soon as possible
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